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  • Exploring Site Content Analysis in GA4 – All Pages

    Posted by Elijah on 16 June 2022 at 1:20 pm

    Hey, is there a feature in GA4 that’s similar to “Behavior -> Site Content -> All Pages” in Google Analytics UA? Thanks!

    Landon replied 10 months, 3 weeks ago 3 Members · 2 Replies
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  • Amelia

    Member
    25 December 2022 at 5:14 am

    Sure, in GA4, a similar thing you can do is use the Events report and filter it for the page_view event. You can find this by going to ‘Reports > Engagement > Events’ and then clicking on the ‘page_view’ event.

    It’ll show you things like the page title, what percentage of total page views it has and the average time spent on the page.

    Or you could make your own report in the ‘Explore’ tab using the ‘Page title’, ‘Page path’, and ‘Page location’ dimensions and ‘Views’, ‘Users’, and ‘Sessions’ metrics. So, you’ve got options!

  • Landon

    Member
    22 May 2023 at 11:45 am

    Yes, there is a similar feature in GA4, but it’s presented in slightly different way owing to GA4’s event-based model. “All Pages” can be found under the “Engagement -> Pages and screens” report in GA4, which provides similar insights to the UA’s “Behavior -> Site Content -> All Pages” report. There, you’ll find data like page views, engagement time, and other valuable information mapped to each webpage of your site. Remember that the terminology in GA4 is quite different, but by exploring these reports you will be able to find most of the metrics available in Universal Analytics.

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